Okay, see? Knowing that is more useful to me. Thank you.
As I'm sure lots of you have noticed, there's a ton of mods that turn make cobblestone a kind of grey brick pattern. Thus far, I've been avoiding that trend. Do you guys think it's a good idea?
Nahh. I've always been attracted to the cobblestone look. I don't know why everybody says it's ugly :biggrin.gif:
Also, on the topic of the poll, I'd rather you go to 32x32 instead of 64x64. 64x64 just seems too.... realistic for Minecraft (Lol. Not saying that 64x64 is realistic at all.). I've gotten attached to the low-resness of Minecraft, and I think it should stay that way.
Hmm... Now that I think about it, hell, I'd be perfectly OK with 16x16 too.
I don't know. I really liked the textures you had for metal blocks, so I think there is room to do something ornate with wood too. Not sure if I like either of the two samples though. I think it's because of the shape in the upper left corner.
My opinion is that all blocks that have some practical use for crafting (such as wood or cobblestone) should be somewhat similar to the original MC textures, and blocks that are purely for decoration (Iron Blocks, Bookcases, Steps, Stairs) can be as artistic and ornate as you wish to make them.
My reasoning for this is that if you were to chop down a tree for use in making a pickaxe or something you wouldn't be carving the wood into tiny little Tetris shapes. But when you make something like an Iron Block it serves no real practical purpose other than to look nice, and you might actually spend the time to make it ornate.
I find it's a shame people can be so disgustingly selfish and steal from a bright and amazing texture weaver such as yourself. People with your talent are a dying breed, and I hope that people get their acts together so you can become one of the best known people to the Minecraft community.